Elie Alhajjar is one of the Army Cyber Institute’s research scientist and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at West Point, where he teaches core mathematical courses to cadets representing all academic disciplines. He previously taught a wide range of mathematics and statistics courses in Lebanon, Abu Dhabi, Virginia and Washington DC. He has presented his research results in various platforms around the USA and in international meetings in France and Germany. His research interests include combinatorial optimization and network analysis.
Before coming to West Point, Elie Alhajjar worked as a guest researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD. Prior to that, he was a consultant with the University of Oxford, UK with connection to the Central Bank of England. Earlier, he has held a senior accounting position in Lebanon. During the his graduate studies, he was the recipient of several awards including the Presidential Scholarship, the Provost Fellowship, the Outstanding Achievement Award and was selected for multiple national and international research grants.